The EpiPen, a Case Study in Health System Dysfunction

The EpiPen, a Case Study in Health System Dysfunction

Aaron E. Carroll THE NEW HEALTH CARE AUG. 23, 2016 Three times in the last two weeks, people — a patient, a colleague and my wife — told me stories about how out of control the price of EpiPens were. Monday, my New York Times colleagues recounted in detail how...
How the Human-to-Machine Bond is Transforming Health Care

How the Human-to-Machine Bond is Transforming Health Care

NOVEMBER 03, 2016 Ron Lanton, III, ESQ, and Victor Morrison The biggest problem the United States health care system faces is preventable disease. We do not have enough doctors, nurses, or health coaches to fix it. Yes, we have a doctor and nurse shortage; however,...

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